Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Title in red and black
Includes reprint of t.-p. of original edition, London, 1622
"Edition;--two hundred and fifty copies foolscap quarto. Thirty-five copies royal quarto." No. 68
Usually cited as Mourt's relation on account of the signature of G. Mourt, found at the end of the address to the reader, though it is clear that he did no more than commend the work to the public. There is general agreement that G. Mourt was George Morton, and that the Relation was the work of Bradford and Winslow
The main part of the narrative was probably written by Edward Winslow. Parts have been attributed to William Bradford. G. Mourt (George Morton?) by whose name the relation is commonly known, seems to have had no other connection with it than that of writing the preface and giving the book to the press. Cf. A. Young. Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers. Boston, 1841, p. vii-viii; Mourt's relation. A journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. New York  p. x-xv.